Certified Nurse Aide

Program Details

Course Overview

GCTI’s Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program is a 130-hour high intensity program. Our program is designed to put you directly into a career as a Nursing Assistant, fully preparing you for your State Board Exam and giving you hands on experience by:

  • Classroom Work: 60 hours of State approved curriculum.
  • Skilled Labs: Our course includes 30 hours of hands on training.
  • Clinical Work: We give our students 40 hours of real facility experience.

2020 Class Schedule

November 16th – December 21th

No Class December 24th – 27th and January 1, 2021

Our class sizes are small. No more than 8 students (in compliance with COVID-19 regulations) in each class to ensure personal attention. We offer a multi-media experience including text book, computer-based, and video learning to provide our students with a high-quality learning environment. The skills lab provides our students with hands on work in a range of fields, from monitoring vital signs to learning the documentation skills needed to work confidently in any situation. We use a variety of live models and teaching aides to provide a well rounded experience. Our students benefit from 40 hours of supervised work in the field. At the facility, students work hands-on with patients under the supervision of an RN to ensure that concepts taught in our classrooms are tested in a real world environment. Our school is licensed by the State of Virginia for Nursing Assistant Program.

As Nursing Assistant (CNA), you would assist nursing personnel with a variety of patient care activities and related services necessary in caring for the patients. These include activities of daily living (ADL), monitoring and recording vital signs. If you have other concerns, please email us.

All applications require a one-time nonrefundable application fee of $15.00.

Why Choose GCTI

We pride ourselves in offering our students

Students gain the ability to function and work competently in any healthcare setting. They develop sound judgement and the ability to identify adverse patient findings and understand the proper chain of command used to report abnormalities.

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